July 2, 1967

Jim Lonborg posted his 10th win of the season, driving in two runs himself, in a 10-2 rout at Kansas City.

Tony Conigliaro had three hits, including his 11th homer.

Lonborg’s day began with the announcement that he would be a member of the eight-man American League All Star Team pitching staff. He worked seven innings, allowing two runs on five hits, one of them a two-run homer to Ramon Webster.

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